Building the Career Path for the New Generation of Rosie Riveters

By 2028, American manufacturers could be facing a shortage of 2.4 million workers – and because of this the country could be facing potentially nearly half a trillion dollars in lost gross domestic product. Yet, in spite of the growing sense of urgency to engage young workers to feed the talent pipeline, our manufacturing industry has not closed the workforce gap between men and women. Women make up about 47% of the total workforce according to the U.S. Census Bureau, but they only make up about 30% of the 15.8 million people employed in manufacturing industries. Only one in four manufacturing

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